ClientUniversity of Maastricht
ArchitectArchitecten aan de Maas
Project sizeapprox. 1.000 m2 GFA
Start of project4e quarter 2019
Completion3e quarter 2020
Consulting servicesProject management
The ET Pathfinder will be built in the former transport hall of the DUB30 building, which will be transformed into a cleanroom with a low-vibration floor. The ET Pathfinder will become a valuable infrastructure for further research into gravitational waves and the technology to detect them.
In addition, the test facility will help to optimally position the Euregio and South Limburg as a potential candidate for the construction and operation of the Einstein Telescope; several European countries are also in the running for the detector. In 2021 or 2022, it will be announced where the Einstein Telescope will eventually be built.
Aronsohn Management is commissioned by Maastricht University to provide project management for the modifications to the existing building.